The borough of Point Fortin is located south of La Brea and can be accessed by the Southern Trunk Road. Among the communities of Point Fortin are Clifton Hill, Fanny Village, Techier Village, Mahaica, and New Lands.
Cinema: In 2002, Point Fortin had one operating cinema: Strand on Main Road.
Calypso: Calypsonians who were born in Point Fortin include the Mighty Duke, Blueboy, Iwer George, and Naya George.
Steelbands: The following is a listing of the steelbands that functioned in Point Fortin, broken down by type: traditional (pans supported around the neck); and conventional (pans supported mechanically).
|STEELBAND||TYPE||LOCATION IN 2002||HISTORY|
|Jah Roots||Traditional||Warden Road|
|Point Fortin United||Conventional||New Lands|
|Self Help Marines||Traditional||Trinmar Sports Club|
|Silver Harps||Conventional||Salazar Trace|
|Sun Valley||Conventional||New Lands|
Sporting events are held at the Mahaica Oval on George Road.
|Cap De Ville Government Private School||Primary||Guapo-Cap De Ville Main Road|
|Clifton Hill Private School||Primary||Clifton Hill|
|Egypt Government School||Primary||Non-Denominational|
|Holy Name Convent||Secondary||Clifton Hill||Roman Catholic|
|Point Fortin College||Secondary|
|Point Fortin EC School||Primary||Anglican|
|Point Fortin RC School||Primary||Mahaica||Roman Catholic||835 Pupils in 2002|
|Point Fortin Senior Secondary School||Secondary||Main Road||Non-Denominational|
|Point Fortin Seventh Day Adventist School||Primary||Mainfield Road||Seventh Day Adventist|
|Trinzuela Secretarial & Technical College||Tertiary||26 Adventure Road||Non-Denominational|
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